#1
I'm stuck between three amps, the Pignose G40V Combo, the Fender Super Champ XD, and the Peavey Windsor Studio Combo. I play mostly classic rock - Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, stuff like that. What would be the best choice for me?
#2
Super Champ XD out of those, definitely.
Quote by H4T3BR33D3R
Way to show everybody up jackass.

Guitar: _______________ Amp:
_ Ibanez SZ320 _________Fender Hot Rod Deluxe

V-Picks!
#3
the fender
it has those classic fender cleans that Classic rockers love.

im also suggesting a blackheart little giant but either amp will be good for you.
PSN USERNAME: MetuulGuitarist7
STEAM:MetuulGuitarist7
Origin:MetuulGuitarist7
feel free to add me
#4
Quote by Exo M7

Super Champ XD out of those, definitely.
Super Champ XD
XD


XD
#5
Quote by Ekofu
XD


XD
Quote by H4T3BR33D3R
Way to show everybody up jackass.

Guitar: _______________ Amp:
_ Ibanez SZ320 _________Fender Hot Rod Deluxe

V-Picks!
#6
i must put my two sense in and go for the fender classic rock sound...sooo XD
#7
I'd go for the Windsor. Much more Marshally, which is better for the Zep tones.
#8
the windsor would work pretty well for those british tones, but from what ive heard the fender super champ XD is pretty good, it'll most likey have a good clean
My Gear:
EspLtd ec-1000 ]
Epi Les Paul
dean avalanche (project guitar)
C.F. Martin/ Sigma DR-41
C.F. Martin CS-1 classical
Vox Valvetronix tonelab ST
C.F.Martin/ Sigma D-12
#9
Quote by Danno13
I'd go for the Windsor. Much more Marshally, which is better for the Zep tones.

That's what I thought. When I tried the amp I could not shut that thing off quick enough.. Dunno, just one guys experience with it. I haven't tried the head version but hear people like it. The combo was sterile to me, lifeless.

Super Champ XD get's my vote. Best modeling practice amp for $300 IMO. Vypyr's included.